Mission and History

A New Day  A New Beginning

The mission of Mary Hall Freedom House is to empower women to break the cycle of addictions, poverty and homelessness for themselves and for their children. 

Mary Hall Freedom House, Inc. was founded in June 1996 to address the need for residential substance treatment services for women in the Metro-Atlanta area. In 1998 we also began providing housing to homeless women and their children. 

Since its humble beginnings of one apartment and two women, Mary Hall Freedom House's current capacity can provide housing and services to over 200 single women and over 75 children on any given day, restoring over 500 lives annually, and has served more the 5,000 women since 1996.

Our organization began with a focus on recovery, but has since grown into a well respected, highly recognized program that focuses on freeing women and children from the cycle of homelessness, poverty, mental illness, and addiction. 

With over 30 services offered such as career development, child reunification, veteran housing and employment, and behavioral health and wellness services, women are provided the tools and resources to live free.
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